Organizational Development Specialist

Hayley Walton

Hayley Walton

Whether it be a sweeping organizational shift or an individual coaching engagement, my industrial organizational psychology experience has equipped me to partner with our clients through each phase of their journey with Transcend.

My background spans data analytics, business development, and pre-hire assessment consulting, and I blend proven methodologies with practicality, offering clear and actionable recommendations.

As an industrial organizational psychologist, I'm driven to make work — and the workplace — a more enjoyable, inclusive, and accessible environment for my clients and their employees. I lean on traits like positivity and collaboration to deliver the optimum client experience, using data and assessment to drive value and provide best-in-class support to client relationships.

Because statistics show that people spend roughly one-third of their lives at work, I’ve made it my personal mission to build deep, fulfilling relationships with my clients and Transcend teammates. At the end of the day, authentic connections are what truly make a difference. As an Organizational Development Specialist, I strive to listen and understand, promote fairness, and create dynamic, innovative, and diverse cultures within all our Transcend partnerships.

I hold a bachelor of arts degree in international business and psychology from Coe College and a master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from the University of Tulsa. Outside the office, I love to soak in nature on a hike, cozy up with a new book, or whip up delicious treats in the kitchen.

Hayley Walton

Key Credentials

  • Coe College Bachelor of Arts in international business and psychology
  • The University of Tulsa master’s degree in industrial organizational psychology
  • Ben Henneke Fellowship (graduate student research fellowship from the University of Tulsa)
  • 2024 Board Fellows (non-profit board training program)
  • Junior League of Tulsa — Vice Chair of the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging Committee
  • SIOP (Society of Industrial Organizational Psychology) — Diversifying IO Psychology Committee Member
  • Member of the SIOP Practitioner Mentor/Mentee Program
  • Member of Tulsa Young Professionals

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